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How Reuters is covering the coronavirus outbreak

The ultrastructural morphology exhibited by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which was identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China, is seen in an illustration released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. January 29, 2020. Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAM/CDC/Handout via REUTERS.

By Reuters Communications

Since December, Reuters has been at the forefront of reporting on the coronavirus story, delivering unparalleled coverage and keeping readers ahead with its trusted news. With 2500 journalists in 200 locations around the world, Reuters has been first and fast throughout, providing exclusive stories, original insights and innovative graphics, including:

–Live updates on the latest developments on coronavirus on Reuters Live Blog

–In a daily column, ‘Corona Capital,’ Breakingviews provides pandemic-related insights

–‘What you need to know right now’ delivers daily updates on the key news readers need to know each day

–Real-time graphics illustrating the number of COVID-19 positive cases and deaths in every country, including a detailed analysis of the outbreak in the United States with a county-by-county view

–‘Reuters Fact Check,’ a blog tackling misinformation on social media

–Special Reports that provide deep analysis of key issues including how Boris Johnson listened to his scientists about coronavirus, but they were slow to sound the alarm; how Korea trounced U.S. in race to test people for coronavirus and how pop-up mask brokers seek big paydays in a frenzied market

–A comprehensive summary and analysis of the most important news delivered to your inbox via Reuters Now newsletter

–Twitter chats with Reuters journalists and experts (#AskReuters) and Reuters virtual Newsmakers with healthcare and industry experts

Follow all the latest Reuters coverage on coronavirus on Reuters.com.

[Reuters PR Blog Post]

Media contact:

Heather Carpenter

heather.carpenter @thomsonreuters.com

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